Lisa Jhung

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New Balance 768 - Running Shoes: Reviews

New Balance 768 - Running Shoes: Reviews

While this trainer may not serve up super-stability or piles of cush, we appreciated its simplicity, light weight, and ability to comfortably take on miles. It's a good choice for neutral runners to...

New Balance 769 – Running Shoes: Reviews

New Balance 769 – Running Shoes: Reviews

Mild Stability If the 769 were a coffee drink, it'd be a quadruple espresso. That highly caffeinated feel is due in part to a lightweight midsole compound and deep flex grooves under the toes. Which...

ASICS GT-2120 - Running Shoes: Reviews

ASICS GT-2120 - Running Shoes: Reviews

MOST VERSATILEFrom a fast 5K to a long, slow jog to a moderate trail run, these shoes do it all. The 2120 has a lighter midsole material than its predecessors, and a solid support system helps both...

Etonic Praya NC - Running Shoes: Reviews

Etonic Praya NC - Running Shoes: Reviews

SOFT YET NIMBLEThese low-profile, highly flexible shoes employ a new midsole compound called eBound that provides great cushion and a lively, responsive feel. The updated last is sleek and stream-...

Pearl Izumi Cruise - Running Shoes: Reviews

Pearl Izumi Cruise - Running Shoes: Reviews

If cushioning shoes are mattresses, the Cruise is a futon. "It's firm, but good firm," said one tester. The Cruise has Pearl Izumi's trademark seamless upper, fabric eyelets that allow fine-tuning of...